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Templates / Re: Adding details to Template for Fast Food
« on: April 06, 2020, 11:56:07 AM »
Thanks for the info.  ;D :)

Templates / Adding details to Template for Fast Food
« on: April 05, 2020, 02:39:11 PM »
I am new to AbanteCart. It looks like it has great features but the template selection is lacking.

Long term I might get our creative team to build some modern-looking templates with a minimalist design which would certainly upgrade the template selection.  We've been doing a lot in the auto industry for auto manufacturers but right now that industry is dead. One Italian sports car manufacturer wanted to use our modern/minimalist design for all their dealerships after selecting us as an approved vendor - but that's on hold now.

My father in law and another friend have fast food locations and I want to help them process orders online. I was thinking AbanteCarte and Stripe. Many of the manufactures like  Stella Artois and Molsons are doing cross promos with Stripe so we are already there with payment. Now I need a flexible cart.

I am thinking of using one of your existing templates but need to know if I can add features for fast food and how to do it.

So my father in law has a Booster Juice location. He's currently taking phone in orders for take out and delivery by services like SkipTheDishes.

So your templates are old but workable until I can upgrade.

How can I display products like a drink for example, but add additional order items like extra shot (some kind of drop down with prices), then another extra item (like wheat grass - add $2).

So you get the idea. Each inventory item like a drink you can add other optional items like bee pollen $2.00, Immune booster - $4.00

Also, maybe ask for an upgrade like do you want a sandwich with your immune booster drink.

I've included some examples from other platforms.

Thanks in advance.

Templates / Re: Lack of Themes
« on: April 05, 2020, 02:04:12 PM »
I am new to AbanteCart and it looks like it's got great features. I agree with others - all of the examples look really dated and will definitely make people look at other platforms. OpenCart and Magento have great templates as does WordPress. Any way to port any of these?

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